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Picture: The Ridgemont Highlands-bred Brett Crawford-trained Happy Chance (Dynasty), ridden by Louis Mxothwa, gave the Hollywood Syndicate the first leg of a double today (Wayne Marks).

Richard Fourie and Justin Snaith continued their devastating recent form at Hollywoodbets Kenilworth today with a treble together.

Snaith must be odds on to take this year’s National Trainers title and Keagan de Melo will be looking over his shoulder at the Fourie tornado which is advancing rapidly up the Jockeys table.

Fourie is now on 58 wins, one behind third-placed S’Manga Khumalo, three behind second-placed Muzi Yeni and 38 behind the leader De Melo.

His wins have come at a strike rate of 19.53%.

Snaith has had 46 wins at a strike rate of 13.73% and in stakes is well clear of Gavin Smith and Brett Crawford, who are close together in second third place place respectively.

Crawford had a double today, both ridden by Luyolo Mxothwa.

Crawford’s 39 winners this season have come at a 18.14% strike rate.

Mxothwa has had 46 wins at 19.09%.

The Hollywood Syndicate had their second double of the week and go to 42 wins for the season.